This month, Wonder of the Seas reaches the end of its first year of service.
After being repositioned, the ship spent the rest of the year in Port Canaveral.
The ship sails to Eastern and Western Caribbean destinations seven nights a week from its homeport in Central Florida.
It also visits the Bahamas‘ Private Island CocoCay and Cozumel, Costa Maya, Roatán, Labadee, San Juan, Falmouth, among other destinations.
In addition to being the world’s largest ship, the 227,625-ton ship is a part of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class fleet.
Symphony of the Seas, the series’ fifth ship, debuted in 2018.
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